Smart Television

What is a Smart Television

Smart Television are also called internet Television or connected Television, can be your bridge to a world of online content that you can access directly from the Television itself. Most smart TVs these days let you access multiple streaming video services, such as Amazon Prime, Hulu, Netflix, Sling Television, and YouTube Television, plus one or more internet music services, such as Pandora and Spottily. Many smart TVs also let you check social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, and several support casual games as well.

More smart TVs are now voice-enabled, using either their own proprietary artificial intelligence (AI) technologies or working with established third-party digital assistants, such as Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant. (Some sets may have all three.) Some TVs from the major brands will also connect to, and interact with, other smart home devices, allowing you to play music on smart speakers, raise or lower the temperature on smart thermostats, or adjust the room’s lighting on smart light bulbs, all from the TV.

Like streaming media players, smart TVs need to be connected to your home network. We recommend using a wired Ethernet connection, if possible, but all smart TVs now also have built-in WiFi for accessing your network wireless-ly.

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